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Renato Vidovic and Zoran Milic to collide in pivotal flyweight fight at FCR 14!

As Fight Club Rush 14 approaches fights are getting announced and the latest is a truly top-tier match up for Swedish MMA!

Flyweights Renato Vidovic (4-1) and Zoran Milic (3-1) are now slated to meet in a high-stakes bout with title implications. FCR 14 goes down in Västerås on Saturday, November 26th.

Vidovic is one of Sweden's most credentialed amateur fighters as he is a four time Swedish champion and a two time European IMMAF champion. He came up short in his 2019 pro debut against Finnish grappler Tuomas Grönvall, losing via second round submission.

Following that Vidovic, who trains out of Fighter Centre in Gothenburg, made his FCR debut, facing Stockholms Eli Elias. Vidovic stormed out of the gate, getting his opponent to the canvas and winning via first round TKO.

Since then Vidovic has been on a roll, lining up wins over FCR alumns Rohulla Yousofi and Jakob Valegren. In his most recent outing Vidovic finished Bellator, Cage Warriors and M-1 vet Binh Son Le via second round TKO.

Milic has been a mainstay of FCR and is a local star in Västerås, where he began his MMA journey. After building up a reputation for being a fighter just as fearsome as he is entertaining, Milic made his pro debut against Finnish standout Hannan Housmand at FCR 8. Despite an early armbar attempt that looked like it might end the fight, Milic rallied and scored a second round TKO.

In his following bout Milic would come up short, losing a split decision to Jonny Touma in an instant classic of a bout that was also voted Swedish MMA fight of the year in 2021.

Since then Milis has bounced back with two straight victories. First he finished Anton Larsson via second round TKO and then he defeated Irish fighter Gerard Burns via decision in yet another exciting performance.

Swedish flyweight is becoming a stacked division, and whoever emerges victorious from this FCR 14 bout will no doubt establish themselves close to the top of the national rankings.


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